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Edrees K.

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Review for Youth Journalism International, Auburn, ME, USA

Rating: 5 stars  


Youth Journalism International is an amazing organization for youths and the supporters of youths where they can find a platform of learning, interaction, cultural exchange, and activism towards global peace, professionalism, and recognition of young talents from across the world. The organization is a non-profit and has been mainly running with the dedication and efforts of its very caring founders Steve Collins and Jackie Majerus. I’m associated with YJI since 2005 when I was in high school and since then YJI has been an enormous source of my professional and personal growth. I have made great friends in different countries through YJI and each of them is a great source of talent and professionalism. YJI is the best organization for youths to learn journalism and stay up to date with the global trends. There is no other organization I can recommend as much with confidence as I can proudly recommend YJI.

Role:  Board Member
 

Review for Youth Journalism International, Auburn, ME, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Youth Journalism International has been the platform for developing my intellectual understanding over the years by joining this wonderful organization in 2005 as a student journalist when I was a teenager and now that I’m its board member. Ever since, I have been inspired from YJI’s growing environment of talented youths from around the world. Students find YJI a fascinating organization due to its professional conduct of journalism and nurturing bond of friendship within its community. The diversity of YJI’s students from across the globe has made it an amazing stage for cross cultural understanding and building up bridges between youths of various countries. In addition, I have also found some amazing friends at YJI that I value the most. Among YJI’s cultures are professionalism, freedom of speech, respect, openness, knowledge sharing, education and friendship and there are no room for any sort of discriminations. I have experienced nowhere else such encouragement and support that YJI’s mentors and its founders has been giving me since I have joined this organization.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization beyond what is required of board members?

Definitely

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

Will you tell others about this organization?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

Role:  Board Member